Revonda Whitley
Revonda  Whitley

Position:
Associate Head Coach

Alma Mater (Yr.):
Winthrop '94

10/24/2012

2012-13 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL OUTLOOK

Lady Hawks went 8-8 in MEAC play last season, bring in nine freshmen for this year

10/22/2012

HAWK HYSTERIA CAPTIVATES CROWD ON FRIDAY NIGHT

Nearly four-thousand fans show support, solid first night for basketball programs

10/22/2012

HAWK TALK: A WEEKLY RECAP OF UMES ATHLETICS

Volleyball sweeps two matches at home, Hawk Hysteria takes over Hytche on Friday

10/22/2012

HAWK TALK: A WEEKLY RECAP OF UMES ATHLETICS

Volleyball sweeps two matches at home, Hawk Hysteria takes over Hytche on Friday

10/22/2012

HAWK TALK: A WEEKLY RECAP OF UMES ATHLETICS

Volleyball sweeps two matches at home, Hawk Hysteria takes over Hytche on Friday

02/11/2015

UMES Women's Basketball v. Coppin State University (01.31.15)

UMES Women's Basketball versus Coppin State

01/17/2015

UMES Women's Basketball v. Savannah State (01-17-15)

UMES Women's Basketball v. Savannah State on Take A Kid to the Game Day

12/30/2014

UMES Women's Basketball v. Monmouth (12-30-14)

UMES Women's Basketball versus Monmouth inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Lloydlee Heite

05/20/2014

The Harry Awards

SSC Theater

5.6.14

04/22/2014

UMES Women's Basketball v. NJIT (01.29.14)

UMES Women's Basketball versus New Jersey Institute of Technology inside W.P. Hytche Center (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)

Associate head coach Revonda Whitley begins her twelfth season at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and her 14th season as an assistant coach to Fred Batchelor.

"Coach Whitley is a dream to work with. She knows the game, has an incredible work ethic, and will make a difference in this program," said Batchelor.

In 2010, Whitley created "Beyond the Ball", a mentoring program that assist student-athletes in their total development and preparation for life after basketball.

Whitley earned her master's degree in Human Performance and Sport Studies (Sport Psychology) from Tennessee prior to the beginning of her coaching career.

Her resume includes coaching the Columbia Warriors men's semi-professional basketball team (1998) and coaching girls at The Timmerman School (1999). She was also the head junior varsity coach at Eau Claire High School (2000), all in Columbia, S.C.

Her collegiate coaching career began at Elizabeth City State in 2001 just an hour away from where she grew up in Pantego, North Carolina. During her tenure at Elizabeth City State, Whitley was the Head Volleyball Coach for two seasons (2003-04) while serving as an adjunct professor for the Physical Education Department (2002-04).

Whitley played four years for Winthrop University from 1990 through 1994, finishing with over 1,000 points, 600 rebounds and 140 steals in her stellar career. She earned triple digit points and rebounds in all four years with the Eagles.

Whitley has five siblings, all of whom contributed to her love for the game of basketball. She currently resides in Princess Anne, Md.